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Last night the Wisconsin Senate Republicans passed a modified version of the budget repair bill, with anything they felt “imposes, continues or renews a tax, or creates a debt or charge, or makes, continues or renews an appropriation of public … Continue reading
I’m not really sure what to think of this.
According to Wikileak’s Kristinn Hrafnsson, “If we are talking about strained relations or embarrassment, that does not fall into national security concerns.” Let’s look at that for a few minutes. It is unlikely that any nation or group would be … Continue reading
From jsonline: Madison — State elections officials Wednesday narrowly rejected a Milwaukee Assembly candidate’s attempt to run with the slogan “NOT the ‘whiteman’s b****’ ” under her name on the ballot. Ieshuh Griffin, an independent candidate with a history of … Continue reading
That is all.
Now Barney Frank is saying that Brown turned the race into a personality contest, and that’s why Coakley is in so much trouble. N0, it’s the radical agenda, one that appears to be too radical even for Massachusetts. Maybe it’s time … Continue reading
With Rasmussen giving him a -14% approval rating, maybe having Obama campaigning for her isn’t in Coakley’s best interest…
Dear Senator Feingold/Kohl, I wanted to express my feelings on the quotes that recently came to light from Senator Reid. The remarks were offensive not only to President Obama, but also to the American people, who he seemed to imply … Continue reading
Rasmussen says a plurality of Americans (43%) aren’t sure which party to trust on ethics. The answer: Don’t trust politicians on ethics.
Joe Biden holds a meeting on transparency. But it’s closed.